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Topic: David McGoldrick
Posted By: gwhite
Subject: David McGoldrick
Date Posted: 17 Dec 2013 at 8:29am
From today's Indo.
 
Ipswich Town striker http://searchtopics.independent.ie/topic/David_McGoldrick" rel="nofollow -



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Posted By: McG
Date Posted: 17 Dec 2013 at 8:52am
Burst onto the scene at Southampton then seemed to simmer somewhat. 
Himself and Murphy doing well at the minute.


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Posted By: Roberto Baggio
Date Posted: 17 Dec 2013 at 9:13am
My aul fella has said for years anytime McGoldrick scores that he is eligible for Ireland, and i've always doubted him as i've never heard it mentioned anywhere else



Posted By: McG
Date Posted: 17 Dec 2013 at 9:29am
http://www.ybig.ie/forum/david-mcgoldrick_topic3181_post48973.html?KW=mcgoldrick#48973" rel="nofollow - http://www.ybig.ie/forum/david-mcgoldrick_topic3181_post48973.html?KW=mcgoldrick#48973




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Posted By: thebronze14
Date Posted: 17 Dec 2013 at 12:21pm
The same David McGoaldrought that used to play for Saints back in our dark days....Woefully inconsistant and not good enough to don the green shirt


Posted By: Trap junior
Date Posted: 17 Dec 2013 at 12:30pm
If he is anything like his namesake then no thanksWink

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Posted By: The O'Shea
Date Posted: 17 Dec 2013 at 1:28pm
another option I suppose, but we've got better available to us at the moment.


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Posted By: smart man
Date Posted: 17 Dec 2013 at 8:21pm
Lets have another look at his team mate Darryl Murphy first. Also at 26 he waited along time before deciding he wanted to play for us.

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Posted By: McG
Date Posted: 18 Dec 2013 at 8:44am
Think Murphys ship has sailed at 30. Loves to bang in a few for Ipswich though!

McGoldrick has made himself known to the FAI long before now. 


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Posted By: keith3307
Date Posted: 18 Dec 2013 at 10:08pm
He has more goals this season than any Irish player in the premier league or championship so based on that he deserves a look.


Posted By: irelandfan
Date Posted: 03 Feb 2014 at 12:41pm
http://www.dailystar.co.uk/sport/football/363670/Ipswich-frontman-David-McGoldrick-tipped-for-Ireland-call-up-after-he-downs-lowly-Bolton



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Posted By: FREEWHEELER
Date Posted: 03 Feb 2014 at 12:53pm
Stephen Hunt certainly giving him an endorsement in the media today.

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Posted By: rainpaulo
Date Posted: 03 Feb 2014 at 1:05pm
We can't turn down good strikers and his record ain't bad...if he is genuine and puts in the shifts he is more than welcome.


Posted By: Citizen
Date Posted: 03 Feb 2014 at 1:24pm
no thanks 

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Posted By: gwhite
Date Posted: 03 Feb 2014 at 1:39pm
Originally posted by Citizen Citizen wrote:

no thanks 
 
Why not?


Posted By: Citizen
Date Posted: 03 Feb 2014 at 2:09pm
27 year old journey man who has a sudden burst of irishness.... nah. id rather give darly murphy the nod.

from observing from a far id guess at least a good 30%-40% of his goals are from the penalty spot.


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Posted By: Baldrick
Date Posted: 03 Feb 2014 at 2:41pm
Originally posted by Citizen Citizen wrote:

27 year old journey man who has a sudden burst of irishness.... nah. id rather give darly murphy the nod.

from observing from a far id guess at least a good 30%-40% of his goals are from the penalty spot.


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Posted By: IrwinClass
Date Posted: 03 Feb 2014 at 2:42pm
Originally posted by Citizen Citizen wrote:

27 year old journey man who has a sudden burst of irishness.... nah. id rather give darly murphy the nod.

from observing from a far id guess at least a good 30%-40% of his goals are from the penalty spot.


So instead of a 26 year old journeyman, you'd prefer to give a 30 year old journeyman who has scored 7 less goals this season a go instead. Hmm. Makes sense.

He has 3 pens this season and 12 from open play for a grand total of 15 goals. That's 20% of his goals by my maths. We're lucky that we have so many players with 12 or more goals this season from open play that we don't even need to consider a player with this paltry amount...

On paper at least he appears to be worth the consideration of Martin and Roy to make a call on him.


Posted By: FREEWHEELER
Date Posted: 03 Feb 2014 at 3:13pm
Daryl Murphy is dreadful.  Wouldn't dismiss this lad out of hand Citizen and if Hunty is pushing for him to be included, that's good enough for me as well. We'll soon know if he's up to it or not, but he can't be any worse than Murphy.

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Posted By: gwhite
Date Posted: 03 Feb 2014 at 3:20pm
He's getting off his hole and trying to sort his paperwork out so he can declare for us. Good enough for me.


Posted By: 9fingers
Date Posted: 03 Feb 2014 at 3:32pm
Is this the lad that didn't know he qualified as he was adopted and had to look into his real families history, hence the delay in is "irish-ness"?
Any player with 15 goals at this stage of the season is worth a look IMO


Posted By: El_nino
Date Posted: 03 Feb 2014 at 4:01pm
Originally posted by 9fingers 9fingers wrote:

Is this the lad that didn't know he qualified as he was adopted and had to look into his real families history, hence the delay in is "irish-ness"?
Any player with 15 goals at this stage of the season is worth a look IMO


Ya that's him. He was adopted and contacted his birth mother a while back to trace his family tree.

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Posted By: Green Devil
Date Posted: 03 Feb 2014 at 4:06pm
Let him declare, there's no harm in that.

Whether he get's picked or not is another matter altogether. 

I don't buy the bullsh*t spouted by some people who come out with comments such as "give me a team of Connor Sammon's over plastic paddy's any-day"


Posted By: KING-CON
Date Posted: 03 Feb 2014 at 4:16pm
Spot on Green Devil. We're not Brazil FFS!


Posted By: valo88
Date Posted: 03 Feb 2014 at 4:28pm
No harm, especially if hes on form, and hes still young enough.

Normally wouldnt be up for players declaring for us once they realise their chances with their own country are fadding but I think hes an exception given his adoption situation. Whos to say he doesnt now feel Irish after only finding out about his real family?


Posted By: JAVIER
Date Posted: 03 Feb 2014 at 4:49pm
i would give a go to Daryl Murphy as well, they are the attacking dueto after all they are at the same level,  i like Daryl Murphy more before him  to give him a chance tbh, i mean there's noting wrong with this mcgoldrick fellow , but i would prefer to give chances to Daryl Murphy, Rory Donelly , Cillian Sheridan or any irish youngster before him, but of course it is better to extend the pool of players to choose from.   What about this irish  Boland playing in Germany?   There is also a maguire in Holland as well


Posted By: FREEWHEELER
Date Posted: 03 Feb 2014 at 5:06pm
Javier, take it from me, Murphy isn't international standard.
 
I'd probably pick Anna McGoldrick ahead of Murphy.
 
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Posted By: Trapcandoit
Date Posted: 03 Feb 2014 at 5:09pm
Best of luck to this lad.

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Posted By: IrwinClass
Date Posted: 03 Feb 2014 at 5:23pm
Originally posted by JAVIER JAVIER wrote:

i would give a go to Daryl Murphy as well, they are the attacking dueto after all they are at the same level,  i like Daryl Murphy more before him  to give him a chance tbh, i mean there's noting wrong with this mcgoldrick fellow , but i would prefer to give chances to Daryl Murphy, Rory Donelly , Cillian Sheridan or any irish youngster before him, but of course it is better to extend the pool of players to choose from.   What about this irish  Boland playing in Germany?   There is also a maguire in Holland as well


Trapnoclue is banned 1000000 times yet this clown keeps getting away with posting his wum nonsense.

Murphy is 31 next month and has scored half the goals of McGoldrick playing in the same team yet should be ahead of him...

Donnelly has done nothing yet, hasn't declared, has played 123 mins of senior football in the last 2 years and is now on loan in league one, yet should be ahead of this lad...

Sheridan has scored 1 goal in 20 games in Cyprus and should be ahead of this lad...

You were already told in the other thread that Boland is also a German surname with nothing to do with the Irish name, yet this German lad should also be ahead of McGoldrick...

How do you get away with this constant posting of pure wum rubbish?


Posted By: rainpaulo
Date Posted: 03 Feb 2014 at 5:34pm
Agreed with the above post...a lot of nonsense being tossed around on here.


Posted By: Green Devil
Date Posted: 03 Feb 2014 at 5:44pm
A lot can be said for having multiple options in certain positions, the more lads that declare the bigger the playing pool available to our manager. 

Realistically we're not going to strike lucky and catch a Wayne Rooney type player ahead of England, but there are still some decent lads out there who may bring something to our squad. 

Mark Noble, has said many times he has no interest in playing for us, that's fine but i wouldn't shoot down a guy who actually wants to play for us? 


Posted By: JAVIER
Date Posted: 03 Feb 2014 at 6:21pm
Originally posted by IrwinClass IrwinClass wrote:

Originally posted by JAVIER JAVIER wrote:

i would give a go to Daryl Murphy as well, they are the attacking dueto after all they are at the same level,  i like Daryl Murphy more before him  to give him a chance tbh, i mean there's noting wrong with this mcgoldrick fellow , but i would prefer to give chances to Daryl Murphy, Rory Donelly , Cillian Sheridan or any irish youngster before him, but of course it is better to extend the pool of players to choose from.   What about this irish  Boland playing in Germany?   There is also a maguire in Holland as well


Trapnoclue is banned 1000000 times yet this clown keeps getting away with posting his wum nonsense.

Murphy is 31 next month and has scored half the goals of McGoldrick playing in the same team yet should be ahead of him...

Donnelly has done nothing yet, hasn't declared, has played 123 mins of senior football in the last 2 years and is now on loan in league one, yet should be ahead of this lad...

Sheridan has scored 1 goal in 20 games in Cyprus and should be ahead of this lad...

You were already told in the other thread that Boland is also a German surname with nothing to do with the Irish name, yet this German lad should also be ahead of McGoldrick...

How do you get away with this constant posting of pure wum rubbish?


I think your coffee is too strong for a typical case of the mondays, mate.  ease it up with some cream and sugar maybe honey and cinnamon ,  your cups of coffee are really getting you

I never said he wasnt good enough i say great bring him (mcgoldrick) on , but there are also more options out there to bring on , I rate Daryl Murphy what's the problem with that?   and donnelly and cillian sheridan are still young and maybe are another young guns waiting to get the nod,

the more players to choose from the better

think about your matinal coffee mon frère ,  maybe better  you go to the stores and try out an herbal tea instead? , but  the ones that come in lil' bags, you know,   they are a bit more easy to understand !!  respect!


Posted By: Green Devil
Date Posted: 03 Feb 2014 at 6:27pm
Originally posted by JAVIER JAVIER wrote:

Originally posted by IrwinClass IrwinClass wrote:

Originally posted by JAVIER JAVIER wrote:

i would give a go to Daryl Murphy as well, they are the attacking dueto after all they are at the same level,  i like Daryl Murphy more before him  to give him a chance tbh, i mean there's noting wrong with this mcgoldrick fellow , but i would prefer to give chances to Daryl Murphy, Rory Donelly , Cillian Sheridan or any irish youngster before him, but of course it is better to extend the pool of players to choose from.   What about this irish  Boland playing in Germany?   There is also a maguire in Holland as well


Trapnoclue is banned 1000000 times yet this clown keeps getting away with posting his wum nonsense.

Murphy is 31 next month and has scored half the goals of McGoldrick playing in the same team yet should be ahead of him...

Donnelly has done nothing yet, hasn't declared, has played 123 mins of senior football in the last 2 years and is now on loan in league one, yet should be ahead of this lad...

Sheridan has scored 1 goal in 20 games in Cyprus and should be ahead of this lad...

You were already told in the other thread that Boland is also a German surname with nothing to do with the Irish name, yet this German lad should also be ahead of McGoldrick...

How do you get away with this constant posting of pure wum rubbish?


I think your coffee is too strong for a typical case of the mondays, mate.  ease it up with some cream and sugar maybe honey and cinnamon ,  your cups of coffee are really getting you

I never said he wasnt good enough i say great bring him (mcgoldrick) on , but there are also more options out there to bring on , I rate Daryl Murphy what's the problem with that?   and donnelly and cillian sheridan are still young and maybe are another young guns waiting to get the nod,

the more players to choose from the better

think about your matinal coffee mon frère ,  maybe better  you go to the stores and try out an herbal tea instead? , but  the ones that come in lil' bags, you know,   they are a bit more easy to understand !!  respect!

In fairness Javier, Sheridan is clearly not international standard, Donnelly has to cut it at under 21 level first and Murphy imo isn't the present nor the future. 

Cox, Stokes etc are all better players than him. 


Posted By: Stillhuntinghenry
Date Posted: 03 Feb 2014 at 6:31pm
I doth know why you even get into it with this lad GD. It's the same crap over and over from him

Cillian Sheridan ffs


Posted By: Clonbhoy
Date Posted: 03 Feb 2014 at 6:33pm
Originally posted by Stillhuntinghenry Stillhuntinghenry wrote:

I doth know why you even get into it with this lad GD. It's the same crap over and over from him

Cillian Sheridan ffs
Along with a few others, he destroys this forum. It is embarrassing some of the tripe he posts.


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Posted By: Green Devil
Date Posted: 03 Feb 2014 at 6:42pm
Originally posted by Clonbhoy Clonbhoy wrote:

Originally posted by Stillhuntinghenry Stillhuntinghenry wrote:

I doth know why you even get into it with this lad GD. It's the same crap over and over from him

Cillian Sheridan ffs
Along with a few others, he destroys this forum. It is embarrassing some of the tripe he posts.

I used to post everyday without fail, would spend hours online daily! Yet gradually over time the same boring posts, silly arguments and the nonsense being posted from the newbees to the old guard has just turned me off posting on here anymore tbh.

A radical overhaul is need on YBIG, moderating can be very strange at times too.

I mean some posters shouldn't be let start threads, based on their history of constant sh*te talk. 


Posted By: JAVIER
Date Posted: 03 Feb 2014 at 6:58pm
in football everything is debatable, that's the beauty of it, and we can be fighting and debating for hours  and days without any concrete result, football is that!!!   each of us has his booklet on his perfect game of many ways of playing the football plan,  a model that fits your taste in players,  strategies and tactics

I like Cillian Sheridan for what i watch on the telly,  he offers havoc, i liked Murphy and i am waiting for some youngsters to carry on ,.. i also like a Keith Treacy player, and a left back called Greg Cunningham  and back then i liked  Ronnie Whelan and Michael Robinson and Rory Delap and Curtis Flemming and Jeff Kenna, Stephen Reid and Jason McAteer  and Sheedy and Aldo ,  Finnan was a good player too and kenny Cunningham , thats the taste of football i have.   

I was happy when Trap came, but then he played very negative football, i liked Jack Charlton eagerness and put them under pressure attitude but i think that ireland could have got better results with his golden generation with some mixed passing tactic 


Posted By: Green Devil
Date Posted: 03 Feb 2014 at 7:05pm
Originally posted by JAVIER JAVIER wrote:

in football everything is debatable, that's the beauty of it, and we can be fighting and debating for hours  and days without any concrete result, football is that!!!   each of us has his booklet on his perfect game of many ways of playing the football plan,  a model that fits your taste in players,  strategies and tactics

I like Cillian Sheridan for what i watch on the telly,  he offers havoc, i liked Murphy and i am waiting for some youngsters to carry on ,.. i also like a Keith Treacy player, and a left back called Greg Cunningham  and back then i liked  Ronnie Whelan and Michael Robinson and Rory Delap and Curtis Flemming and Jeff Kenna, Stephen Reid and Jason McAteer  and Sheedy and Aldo ,  Finnan was a good player too and kenny Cunningham , thats the taste of football i have.   

I was happy when Trap came, but then he played very negative football, i liked Jack Charlton eagerness and put them under pressure attitude but i think that ireland could have got better results with his golden generation with some mixed passing tactic 

No offence Javier, but how many times could you watch live League 1 and Cypriot league games regularly. Let's be honest here! 


Posted By: IrwinClass
Date Posted: 03 Feb 2014 at 7:06pm
Originally posted by JAVIER JAVIER wrote:

Originally posted by IrwinClass IrwinClass wrote:

Originally posted by JAVIER JAVIER wrote:

i would give a go to Daryl Murphy as well, they are the attacking dueto after all they are at the same level,  i like Daryl Murphy more before him  to give him a chance tbh, i mean there's noting wrong with this mcgoldrick fellow , but i would prefer to give chances to Daryl Murphy, Rory Donelly , Cillian Sheridan or any irish youngster before him, but of course it is better to extend the pool of players to choose from.   What about this irish  Boland playing in Germany?   There is also a maguire in Holland as well


Trapnoclue is banned 1000000 times yet this clown keeps getting away with posting his wum nonsense.

Murphy is 31 next month and has scored half the goals of McGoldrick playing in the same team yet should be ahead of him...

Donnelly has done nothing yet, hasn't declared, has played 123 mins of senior football in the last 2 years and is now on loan in league one, yet should be ahead of this lad...

Sheridan has scored 1 goal in 20 games in Cyprus and should be ahead of this lad...

You were already told in the other thread that Boland is also a German surname with nothing to do with the Irish name, yet this German lad should also be ahead of McGoldrick...

How do you get away with this constant posting of pure wum rubbish?


I think your coffee is too strong for a typical case of the mondays, mate.  ease it up with some cream and sugar maybe honey and cinnamon ,  your cups of coffee are really getting you

I never said he wasnt good enough i say great bring him (mcgoldrick) on , but there are also more options out there to bring on , I rate Daryl Murphy what's the problem with that?   and donnelly and cillian sheridan are still young and maybe are another young guns waiting to get the nod,

the more players to choose from the better

think about your matinal coffee mon frère ,  maybe better  you go to the stores and try out an herbal tea instead? , but  the ones that come in lil' bags, you know,   they are a bit more easy to understand !!  respect!


More gibberish from our Argentine/Swiss/Basque/French friend. It would take more than herbal tea to make your posts make sense. Your continued obsession with our B/C team players who most Irish people have never heard off makes me wonder how uninteresting the Argentine/French/Swiss teams must be for you to prefer to follow our country.


Posted By: JAVIER
Date Posted: 03 Feb 2014 at 7:14pm

well dont know how cultured you are but Switzerland is a weird ountry, they are cantons divided and united for some economic reasons and the power of banks and corruption, the real name is helvetique confederation,  they have 4 official languages italian, french, german and a local idiom very much like the gaelic, so you can catch it

League 1 i catch it on saturdays on rojadirecta., nd Cillian Sheridan i watched him in the scottish league mostly and in a few game for the nat team, one vs argentina  i remember and i got impressed and a cameo of treacy kid as well

Again, In football everything is debatable, that's the beauty of it, and we can be fighting and debating for hours  and days without any concrete result, football is that!!! Is a chat at a coffe store, is a passion,   each of us has his booklet on his perfect game of many ways of playing the football plan,  a model that fits your taste in players,  strategies and tactics



Posted By: Trapcandoit
Date Posted: 03 Feb 2014 at 7:47pm
Again, In football everything is debatable, that's the beauty of it, and we can be fighting and debating for hours and days without any concrete result, football is that!!! Is a chat at a coffe store, is a passion,   each of us has his booklet on his perfect game of many ways of playing the football plan, a model that fits your taste in players, strategies and tactics

   



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Posted By: horsebox
Date Posted: 03 Feb 2014 at 7:58pm
Javier

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Posted By: IrwinClass
Date Posted: 03 Feb 2014 at 8:58pm
Originally posted by JAVIER JAVIER wrote:


well dont know how cultured you are but Switzerland is a weird ountry, they are cantons divided and united for some economic reasons and the power of banks and corruption, the real name is helvetique confederation,  they have 4 official languages italian, french, german and a local idiom very much like the gaelic, so you can catch it

League 1 i catch it on saturdays on rojadirecta., nd Cillian Sheridan i watched him in the scottish league mostly and in a few game for the nat team, one vs argentina  i remember and i got impressed and a cameo of treacy kid as well

Again, In football everything is debatable, that's the beauty of it, and we can be fighting and debating for hours  and days without any concrete result, football is that!!! Is a chat at a coffe store, is a passion,   each of us has his booklet on his perfect game of many ways of playing the football plan,  a model that fits your taste in players,  strategies and tactics



Your fetish for trying to link everything to Ireland, a country you are not from, is bizarre. Romansh like French and Italian is a Romance language. All derived from Latin. More spoofing on your part.

League 1 is basically impossible to watch even if you wanted to. There are probably less than 10 games shown per season. Championship and Scottish games aren't much better with availability, maybe 1 per week. Basing your opinion on players you've watched play a few minutes several years ago. Why am I not surprised that two of the biggest Irish spoofers around this place are applauding your methods...


Posted By: Madferret
Date Posted: 03 Feb 2014 at 9:06pm
Originally posted by JAVIER JAVIER wrote:

Originally posted by IrwinClass IrwinClass wrote:

Originally posted by JAVIER JAVIER wrote:

i would give a go to Daryl Murphy as well, they are the attacking dueto after all they are at the same level,  i like Daryl Murphy more before him  to give him a chance tbh, i mean there's noting wrong with this mcgoldrick fellow , but i would prefer to give chances to Daryl Murphy, Rory Donelly , Cillian Sheridan or any irish youngster before him, but of course it is better to extend the pool of players to choose from.   What about this irish  Boland playing in Germany?   There is also a maguire in Holland as well


Trapnoclue is banned 1000000 times yet this clown keeps getting away with posting his wum nonsense.

Murphy is 31 next month and has scored half the goals of McGoldrick playing in the same team yet should be ahead of him...

Donnelly has done nothing yet, hasn't declared, has played 123 mins of senior football in the last 2 years and is now on loan in league one, yet should be ahead of this lad...

Sheridan has scored 1 goal in 20 games in Cyprus and should be ahead of this lad...

You were already told in the other thread that Boland is also a German surname with nothing to do with the Irish name, yet this German lad should also be ahead of McGoldrick...

How do you get away with this constant posting of pure wum rubbish?


I think your coffee is too strong for a typical case of the mondays, mate.  ease it up with some cream and sugar maybe honey and cinnamon ,  your cups of coffee are really getting you

I never said he wasnt good enough i say great bring him (mcgoldrick) on , but there are also more options out there to bring on , I rate Daryl Murphy what's the problem with that?   and donnelly and cillian sheridan are still young and maybe are another young guns waiting to get the nod,

the more players to choose from the better

think about your matinal coffee mon frère ,  maybe better  you go to the stores and try out an herbal tea instead? , but  the ones that come in lil' bags, you know,   they are a bit more easy to understand !!  respect!
 
Some absolute Comedy Gold nuggets LOLLOLLOL Gas man Javi'Clap


Posted By: Citizen
Date Posted: 03 Feb 2014 at 10:56pm
whats the point in international football if we take every waif and stray on. id get more satisfaction out of irish lad playing tbh. Or at least 2nd generation irish who's intention was always to play for ireland. These lads will never really make a difference to the overall quality of the squad anyway. 

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Posted By: Trapcandoit
Date Posted: 03 Feb 2014 at 11:18pm
Originally posted by Citizen Citizen wrote:

whats the point in international football if we take every waif and stray on. id get more satisfaction out of irish lad playing tbh. Or at least 2nd generation irish who's intention was always to play for ireland. These lads will never really make a difference to the overall quality of the squad anyway. 


Bigger countries than ourselves do it all the time Citizen. With our small pool of players we simply can't afford not to follow this trend. Not saying that we can't field a team of basically home-grown talent somewhere down the line, but it would be far far down it. You know all this yourself sure.

Imv I'm quite touched about it when these lads show some genuine desire and enthusiasm to don the green. Look at Carruthers (is it?), he turned down how many other countries including England to declare for us. As long as this chap shows some sort of similar desire for it I'm happy to have a look at him at least.

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Posted By: JAVIER
Date Posted: 04 Feb 2014 at 12:07am
What are the options for the Républic up front anyway i dont see MON-Roy playing a rigid 4-4-2 a la catennaccio i see them playing out wide with a  3-4-1-2-  or  a 4-3-3 4-5-1 formation maybe a 4-3-2-1 with a solo striker. 

Robbie Keane long time goalscorer will be 34 this european summertime  mls activity, good presence and positive approach but tends to fade away from games, typical striker absent and then he scores

Shane Long just 27, at his prime, pacey and quick fast player a nuissance for rivals for his movements , able to score beautiful goals like the other day, but he is more of a forward like Rodrigo Palacio or Lvezzi type not a killing instict will never have that sense to nick a goal and goal poacher attitude. 

Jonny Walters: just 30 doesnt play as a main striker at his club football, even though,  for me at least , that is his best postiion he can shield the ball like Viduka and Higuain and play sense football, hard to break down his football morale, the guy is a fighter and a positive character for the squad a leader, that came like Aldo from amateur football to put his name into the top pro  football,

Kevin Doyle  30 now he came back from the end of pro football into the real picture again, he was linked to Arsenal, Celtic  and Juventus in the past  he didnt  take the bus, and then he was to faithful to his actual team, and that mistake almost took his football away.  Bck into the frame and eager

Anthony Stokes 25 the present and future for the nat team, but he likes to move around from the center to the flanks like Long, and i really think he showed commitment and talent the few game he played after Trap was gone,  dont know if he will play as a striker or over the flanks .

Simon Cox: almost 27: he was played out of position by trap a hard working striker and a true fighter, got his goalscoring sense back again and he is regaining form.

Brendan Best 27  Tall big and strong is like playing paul Mc Grath up front, got like 2 years out due to injuries and got transferred from Newcastle to Rovers, and it seems that can be purchased by Pulis, he can be the #9 type of guy to link up to the flanks if he regains match fitness and game time.

Daryl Murphy almost 31  tall strong and with a good left foot, can be an option he is not worst than the rest and can operate on the flanks as well. 

Connor Sammon 27 he is a current sub at his club,  he is a target man a la Cascarino, a bit pacey for a tall man, but dont know if he is up to the task. 

Ruaridhri Donnelly almost 22 he is rated by Laudrup he seems to be the best young forward born in Ireland so far, if he declares could be a major coup for the Republic, he has flair and talent.


Posted By: Madferret
Date Posted: 04 Feb 2014 at 12:14am
Originally posted by Trapcandoit Trapcandoit wrote:

Originally posted by Citizen Citizen wrote:

whats the point in international football if we take every waif and stray on. id get more satisfaction out of irish lad playing tbh. Or at least 2nd generation irish who's intention was always to play for ireland. These lads will never really make a difference to the overall quality of the squad anyway. 


Bigger countries than ourselves do it all the time Citizen. With our small pool of players we simply can't afford not to follow this trend. Not saying that we can't field a team of basically home-grown talent somewhere down the line, but it would be far far down it. You know all this yourself sure.

Imv I'm quite touched about it when these lads show some genuine desire and enthusiasm to don the green. Look at Carruthers (is it?), he turned down how many other countries including England to declare for us. As long as this chap shows some sort of similar desire for it I'm happy to have a look at him at least.
 
Agreed. It's funny coz during the Charlton & McCarthy era's it used to cheese me off all these johnny "foreigners" coming over here every couple of months, taking places on the International Team and then fcuking off back to engerland or wherever, and being none the wiser about Ireland and "Irishness". Whatever that means.
I don't see it that way now though. Those of us lucky/unlucky enough to be left here on the oul sod have to accept that emigration is an enormously significant feature of our history. I don't think some of those who never went away fully appreciate the draw that Ireland still is to our emigrants and their descendants. We shouldn't reject these people for wanting to feel a part of Ireland, we should embrace them even more so as our own.
Now,where's me Shillelagh...


Posted By: irelandfan
Date Posted: 04 Feb 2014 at 2:07am
Brendan Best Javier you just get better by the post LOLLOL.

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Posted By: RogerMilla
Date Posted: 04 Feb 2014 at 7:28am
who the feck is brendan best LOL

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Posted By: Clonbhoy
Date Posted: 04 Feb 2014 at 7:47am
Originally posted by RogerMilla RogerMilla wrote:

who the feck is brendan best LOL
He is young Hiberno-Argentine striker with red hair and freckles. He plays like a Batistuta or Gary Doherty. A number 9, a target man who plays football that tastes nice, like a passionate coffee. El pibo rossa, how he is described by ESPN ARgentina, is top goalscorer, a matador.
Is Ruariridh Donnelly related to Rory? 


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Posted By: RogerMilla
Date Posted: 04 Feb 2014 at 7:49am
Originally posted by Clonbhoy Clonbhoy wrote:

Originally posted by RogerMilla RogerMilla wrote:

who the feck is brendan best LOL
He is young Hiberno-Argentine striker with red hair and freckles. He plays like a Batistuta or Gary Doherty. A number 9, a target man who plays football that tastes nice, like a passionate coffee. El pibo rossa, how he is described by ESPN ARgentina, is top goalscorer, a matador.
Is Ruariridh Donnelly related to Rory? 
 
 
thanks javier LOL


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Posted By: Clonbhoy
Date Posted: 04 Feb 2014 at 7:53am
Originally posted by RogerMilla RogerMilla wrote:

Originally posted by Clonbhoy Clonbhoy wrote:

Originally posted by RogerMilla RogerMilla wrote:

who the feck is brendan best LOL
He is young Hiberno-Argentine striker with red hair and freckles. He plays like a Batistuta or Gary Doherty. A number 9, a target man who plays football that tastes nice, like a passionate coffee. El pibo rossa, how he is described by ESPN ARgentina, is top goalscorer, a matador.
Is Ruariridh Donnelly related to Rory? 
 
 
thanks javier LOL
Any f**king time. I am just waiting for Simon Cox to be compared to Kempes. 8/1 with Patricio Power


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Posted By: gwhite
Date Posted: 04 Feb 2014 at 8:07am
Lads I hope David McGoldrick isn't reading any of this. He'll run a fcukin mile... Wink


Posted By: JAVIER
Date Posted: 04 Feb 2014 at 9:04am
sorry Leon Best i meant it was a typo  people get ready and most of you are very sensitive like a rose, wouldnt say simon cox but michael robinson could have been like kempes


Posted By: Clonbhoy
Date Posted: 04 Feb 2014 at 9:07am
Originally posted by JAVIER JAVIER wrote:

sorry Leon Best i meant it was a typo  people get ready and most of you are very sensitive like a rose, wouldnt say simon cox but michael robinson could have been like kempes
good man, that was a money back specialLOL

In all seriousness, is there no way of removing this tripe, it has gone on long enough now. The joke is over


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Posted By: RogerMilla
Date Posted: 04 Feb 2014 at 9:13am
Originally posted by JAVIER JAVIER wrote:

sorry Leon Best i meant it was a typo  people get ready and most of you are very sensitive like a rose, wouldnt say simon cox but michael robinson could have been like kempes
 
 
javier i was panicking in case this was some new lad i hadnt heard of.
 


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Posted By: JAVIER
Date Posted: 04 Feb 2014 at 9:21am
Leon Brendan Best is well known , but there must be a "brendan best" somewhere around the world.  At least you are getting a new recruit, the Republic needs to further the pool of players asap, 

there is also a youngster, a striker from canada that i read the other day with a strange and funny surname that is related to Ireland somehow I think he plays for sheffield wednesday


Posted By: Citizen
Date Posted: 04 Feb 2014 at 9:24am
Originally posted by Trapcandoit Trapcandoit wrote:

Originally posted by Citizen Citizen wrote:

whats the point in international football if we take every waif and stray on. id get more satisfaction out of irish lad playing tbh. Or at least 2nd generation irish who's intention was always to play for ireland. These lads will never really make a difference to the overall quality of the squad anyway. 


Bigger countries than ourselves do it all the time Citizen. With our small pool of players we simply can't afford not to follow this trend. Not saying that we can't field a team of basically home-grown talent somewhere down the line, but it would be far far down it. You know all this yourself sure.

Imv I'm quite touched about it when these lads show some genuine desire and enthusiasm to don the green. Look at Carruthers (is it?), he turned down how many other countries including England to declare for us. As long as this chap shows some sort of similar desire for it I'm happy to have a look at him at least.
big difference between carruthers and mcgoldrick. no problem with genuine lads wanting to play for us (clark ,mccarthy, mcgeady, kilbane), but not lads who want to get a bit of international football on their cv as they approach their late 20s. Other countries only do it also to add quality to the squad, not for the sake of it. spain with senna and diego costa. deco portugal etc. I don't think he would add anything to the squad in terms of quality tbh, a good percentage of his goals have come from the peno spot, and he also has no history of being a prolific scorer.  

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Posted By: Clonbhoy
Date Posted: 04 Feb 2014 at 9:25am
Originally posted by Citizen Citizen wrote:

Originally posted by Trapcandoit Trapcandoit wrote:

Originally posted by Citizen Citizen wrote:

whats the point in international football if we take every waif and stray on. id get more satisfaction out of irish lad playing tbh. Or at least 2nd generation irish who's intention was always to play for ireland. These lads will never really make a difference to the overall quality of the squad anyway. 


Bigger countries than ourselves do it all the time Citizen. With our small pool of players we simply can't afford not to follow this trend. Not saying that we can't field a team of basically home-grown talent somewhere down the line, but it would be far far down it. You know all this yourself sure.

Imv I'm quite touched about it when these lads show some genuine desire and enthusiasm to don the green. Look at Carruthers (is it?), he turned down how many other countries including England to declare for us. As long as this chap shows some sort of similar desire for it I'm happy to have a look at him at least.
big difference between carruthers and mcgoldrick. no problem with genuine lads wanting to play for us (clark ,mccarthy, mcgeady, kilbane), but not lads who want to get a bit of international football on their cv as they approach their late 20s. Other countries only do it also to add quality to the squad, not for the sake of it. spain with senna and diego costa. deco portugal etc. I don't think he would add anything to the squad in terms of quality tbh, a good percentage of his goals have come from the peno spot, and he also has no history of being a prolific scorer.  
spot on


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Posted By: RogerMilla
Date Posted: 04 Feb 2014 at 9:30am
its no harm to cap a few of these lads , we would have lost lawro and andy T to england i bet if they had been allowed to switch later on and they were both class players for us who peaked a little bit later in their careers  


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Posted By: seanyshuffler
Date Posted: 04 Feb 2014 at 9:59am
Originally posted by Clonbhoy Clonbhoy wrote:

Originally posted by Citizen Citizen wrote:

Originally posted by Trapcandoit Trapcandoit wrote:

Originally posted by Citizen Citizen wrote:

whats the point in international football if we take every waif and stray on. id get more satisfaction out of irish lad playing tbh. Or at least 2nd generation irish who's intention was always to play for ireland. These lads will never really make a difference to the overall quality of the squad anyway. 


Bigger countries than ourselves do it all the time Citizen. With our small pool of players we simply can't afford not to follow this trend. Not saying that we can't field a team of basically home-grown talent somewhere down the line, but it would be far far down it. You know all this yourself sure.

Imv I'm quite touched about it when these lads show some genuine desire and enthusiasm to don the green. Look at Carruthers (is it?), he turned down how many other countries including England to declare for us. As long as this chap shows some sort of similar desire for it I'm happy to have a look at him at least.
big difference between carruthers and mcgoldrick. no problem with genuine lads wanting to play for us (clark ,mccarthy, mcgeady, kilbane), but not lads who want to get a bit of international football on their cv as they approach their late 20s. Other countries only do it also to add quality to the squad, not for the sake of it. spain with senna and diego costa. deco portugal etc. I don't think he would add anything to the squad in terms of quality tbh, a good percentage of his goals have come from the peno spot, and he also has no history of being a prolific scorer.  
spot on
Out of McGlodricks last 36 goals only 2 of them came from the penalty spot. If you think 5% is a high percentage than fair enough. He's scored 15 from 32 so far this season and 21 from 40 the year before. We can argue the fact that some of the goals the year before where with Coventry but in my opinion that's an extremely impressive record.

We're not blessed with forwards who score goals, in fact besides Robbie we have no prolific forwards. As RM mentioned the lad should get a chance come March to see what he can do.

I've no problem with someone playing for us once they give 100% or add a bit of quality. 



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Posted By: Steve Amsterdam
Date Posted: 04 Feb 2014 at 10:18am
He seems to be a late bloomer, let's see if he can maintain his form and warrant a chance.

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Posted By: Clonbhoy
Date Posted: 04 Feb 2014 at 10:23am
Originally posted by seanyshuffler seanyshuffler wrote:

Originally posted by Clonbhoy Clonbhoy wrote:

Originally posted by Citizen Citizen wrote:

Originally posted by Trapcandoit Trapcandoit wrote:

Originally posted by Citizen Citizen wrote:

whats the point in international football if we take every waif and stray on. id get more satisfaction out of irish lad playing tbh. Or at least 2nd generation irish who's intention was always to play for ireland. These lads will never really make a difference to the overall quality of the squad anyway. 


Bigger countries than ourselves do it all the time Citizen. With our small pool of players we simply can't afford not to follow this trend. Not saying that we can't field a team of basically home-grown talent somewhere down the line, but it would be far far down it. You know all this yourself sure.

Imv I'm quite touched about it when these lads show some genuine desire and enthusiasm to don the green. Look at Carruthers (is it?), he turned down how many other countries including England to declare for us. As long as this chap shows some sort of similar desire for it I'm happy to have a look at him at least.
big difference between carruthers and mcgoldrick. no problem with genuine lads wanting to play for us (clark ,mccarthy, mcgeady, kilbane), but not lads who want to get a bit of international football on their cv as they approach their late 20s. Other countries only do it also to add quality to the squad, not for the sake of it. spain with senna and diego costa. deco portugal etc. I don't think he would add anything to the squad in terms of quality tbh, a good percentage of his goals have come from the peno spot, and he also has no history of being a prolific scorer.  
spot on
Out of McGlodricks last 36 goals only 2 of them came from the penalty spot. If you think 5% is a high percentage than fair enough. He's scored 15 from 32 so far this season and 21 from 40 the year before. We can argue the fact that some of the goals the year before where with Coventry but in my opinion that's an extremely impressive record.

We're not blessed with forwards who score goals, in fact besides Robbie we have no prolific forwards. As RM mentioned the lad should get a chance come March to see what he can do.

I've no problem with someone playing for us once they give 100% or add a bit of quality. 

he is a very average player who has just hit a sweet bit of form and is as Irish as Benny Mccarthy.

Thinking about it, he can have Cox's place


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Posted By: coyne
Date Posted: 04 Feb 2014 at 10:40am
Originally posted by Steve Amsterdam Steve Amsterdam wrote:

He seems to be a late bloomer, let's see if he can maintain his form and warrant a chance.

Probably the reason he shouldn't be called up - People forget Martin O'Neill prefers the 1 lad upfront, and it has to be a lad who can win a ball from the air either through strength or heading ability 


Posted By: Stillhuntinghenry
Date Posted: 04 Feb 2014 at 10:47am
Bit harsh clonbhoy, mcgoldrick was adopted and only found out last year that both of his birth mothers parents were Irish. Had he known this when he was 17, who is to say he wouldn't have declared? I certainly think he is an exceptional case.

I haven't seen enough of him to know if he's good enough but on his goal record he has to be ahead of the likes of cox, Doyle, Sammon etc

You say he's as Irish as Beni McCarthy, in fact he is as Irish as ciaran Clarke, sean st ledger, paul green, Aidan mcgeady


Posted By: Clonbhoy
Date Posted: 04 Feb 2014 at 10:51am
Originally posted by Stillhuntinghenry Stillhuntinghenry wrote:

Bit harsh clonbhoy, mcgoldrick was adopted and only found out last year that both of his birth mothers parents were Irish. Had he known this when he was 17, who is to say he wouldn't have declared? I certainly think he is an exceptional case.

I haven't seen enough of him to know if he's good enough but on his goal record he has to be ahead of the likes of cox, Doyle, Sammon etc

You say he's as Irish as Beni McCarthy, in fact he is as Irish as ciaran Clarke, sean st ledger, paul green, Aidan mcgeady

Absolute bollocksLOL Clark and McGeady were both brought up in Irish households, McGeady spent summers in Donegal, but this lad didn't know he was Irish. If he had have done it would all have been differentLOL. The Paul Green analogy is spot on though.


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Posted By: Citizen
Date Posted: 04 Feb 2014 at 10:51am
Originally posted by seanyshuffler seanyshuffler wrote:

Originally posted by Clonbhoy Clonbhoy wrote:

Originally posted by Citizen Citizen wrote:

Originally posted by Trapcandoit Trapcandoit wrote:

Originally posted by Citizen Citizen wrote:

whats the point in international football if we take every waif and stray on. id get more satisfaction out of irish lad playing tbh. Or at least 2nd generation irish who's intention was always to play for ireland. These lads will never really make a difference to the overall quality of the squad anyway. 


Bigger countries than ourselves do it all the time Citizen. With our small pool of players we simply can't afford not to follow this trend. Not saying that we can't field a team of basically home-grown talent somewhere down the line, but it would be far far down it. You know all this yourself sure.

Imv I'm quite touched about it when these lads show some genuine desire and enthusiasm to don the green. Look at Carruthers (is it?), he turned down how many other countries including England to declare for us. As long as this chap shows some sort of similar desire for it I'm happy to have a look at him at least.
big difference between carruthers and mcgoldrick. no problem with genuine lads wanting to play for us (clark ,mccarthy, mcgeady, kilbane), but not lads who want to get a bit of international football on their cv as they approach their late 20s. Other countries only do it also to add quality to the squad, not for the sake of it. spain with senna and diego costa. deco portugal etc. I don't think he would add anything to the squad in terms of quality tbh, a good percentage of his goals have come from the peno spot, and he also has no history of being a prolific scorer.  
spot on
Out of McGlodricks last 36 goals only 2 of them came from the penalty spot. If you think 5% is a high percentage than fair enough. He's scored 15 from 32 so far this season and 21 from 40 the year before. We can argue the fact that some of the goals the year before where with Coventry but in my opinion that's an extremely impressive record.

We're not blessed with forwards who score goals, in fact besides Robbie we have no prolific forwards. As RM mentioned the lad should get a chance come March to see what he can do.

I've no problem with someone playing for us once they give 100% or add a bit of quality. 

sorry i was wrong re penos, thought it was more for some reason. 

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Posted By: JAVIER
Date Posted: 04 Feb 2014 at 9:22pm
Caoilan Lavery thats sound some celtic name all the way, is he able for the Republic?


Posted By: valo88
Date Posted: 18 Feb 2014 at 11:03pm
Looks like hes out for the rest of the season, so thats that!


Posted By: McG
Date Posted: 19 Feb 2014 at 8:42am
Big loss for Ipswich. He was scoring 1 in 2 this season.

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Posted By: irelandfan
Date Posted: 11 Jun 2014 at 12:45am
Matt Holland just said call him up as he's the next best thing to Robbie Keane hear him out Martin WinkWink

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Posted By: grannyrule
Date Posted: 30 Aug 2014 at 9:43am
Good move if it goes through

http://www.twtd.co.uk/ipswich-town-news/25692/mcgoldrick-%EF%BF%BD8m-leicester-target" rel="nofollow - http://www.twtd.co.uk/ipswich-town-news/25692/mcgoldrick-%EF%BF%BD8m-leicester-target


Posted By: horsebox
Date Posted: 30 Aug 2014 at 9:52am
Great, another mediocre 26 year old English players whose ambition to play for England has been dashed has now declared for us

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Posted By: rainpaulo
Date Posted: 30 Aug 2014 at 10:00am
Shut up horse you moany bitch.


Posted By: reddladd
Date Posted: 30 Aug 2014 at 10:07am
ROW section.

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Posted By: horsebox
Date Posted: 30 Aug 2014 at 11:20am
Originally posted by rainpaulo rainpaulo wrote:

Shut up horse you moany bitch.


Says the resident retard.



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Posted By: rainpaulo
Date Posted: 30 Aug 2014 at 11:31am
Originally posted by horsebox horsebox wrote:

Originally posted by rainpaulo rainpaulo wrote:

Shut up horse you moany bitch.


Says the resident retard.




Last strike sh*thead.....you better tell people in Scruffys in October not to point you out.


Posted By: FrankosHereNow
Date Posted: 30 Aug 2014 at 11:32am
You're some clown Paulo. Internet hard man.

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Posted By: Sham157
Date Posted: 30 Aug 2014 at 11:34am
Originally posted by rainpaulo rainpaulo wrote:

Originally posted by horsebox horsebox wrote:

Originally posted by rainpaulo rainpaulo wrote:

Shut up horse you moany bitch.


Says the resident retard.




Last strike sh*thead.....you better tell people in Scruffys in October not to point you out.
LOL


Posted By: horsebox
Date Posted: 30 Aug 2014 at 11:36am
Originally posted by rainpaulo rainpaulo wrote:

Originally posted by horsebox horsebox wrote:

Originally posted by rainpaulo rainpaulo wrote:

Shut up horse you moany bitch.


Says the resident retard.

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Last strike sh*thead.....you better tell people in Scruffys in October not to point you out.



Ill be in the Berkeley on Wed or any other match day.

What are you going to do? Dribble all over me



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Posted By: Just saying like
Date Posted: 30 Aug 2014 at 11:39am
Originally posted by rainpaulo rainpaulo wrote:

Originally posted by horsebox horsebox wrote:

Originally posted by rainpaulo rainpaulo wrote:

Shut up horse you moany bitch.


Says the resident retard.




Last strike sh*thead.....you better tell people in Scruffys in October not to point you out.

You would be well advised to do the same thing to avoid an embarrassing situation - lads pissing themselves laughing at the sight of you. 


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Posted By: rainpaulo
Date Posted: 30 Aug 2014 at 11:41am
Don't you worry horse at all


Posted By: rainpaulo
Date Posted: 30 Aug 2014 at 11:42am
Originally posted by Just saying like Just saying like wrote:

Originally posted by rainpaulo rainpaulo wrote:

Originally posted by horsebox horsebox wrote:

Originally posted by rainpaulo rainpaulo wrote:

Shut up horse you moany bitch.


Says the resident retard.




Last strike sh*thead.....you better tell people in Scruffys in October not to point you out.

You would be well advised to do the same thing to avoid an embarrassing situation - lads pissing themselves laughing at the sight of you. 



JLS ....remove yourself from the horses arse....have some respect for yourself


Posted By: horsebox
Date Posted: 30 Aug 2014 at 11:44am
So let me get this straight.

Your going to travel from Cork to Dublin to assault somebody over a comment made on the internet?


Edit : i see you have edited your comment now.


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Date Posted: 30 Aug 2014 at 11:45am



Posted By: rainpaulo
Date Posted: 30 Aug 2014 at 11:55am
Horse...would you ever stop trolling my every post..remove me also from your profile please.
I'm asking nicely...this is now boring the sh*te out of me....it's also ruining every thread.


Posted By: thebronze14
Date Posted: 30 Aug 2014 at 12:00pm
Good old David McGoaldrought!Southampton legendLOL


Posted By: rainpaulo
Date Posted: 30 Aug 2014 at 12:29pm
Is he officially available for us now...I know they were working on a passport a few months ago.


Posted By: TheMightyQuinn
Date Posted: 30 Aug 2014 at 1:56pm
Il take anyone who can make the squad better... But this guy is a championship calibre player... Not better than long, Wilson, and probably Doyle and cox... No point in having him.

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Posted By: rainpaulo
Date Posted: 30 Aug 2014 at 2:21pm
He isn't better player than long...the Wilson comparison doesn't make sense.
He stats I say would be better than both Cox and Doyles.


Posted By: TheMightyQuinn
Date Posted: 30 Aug 2014 at 2:41pm
Meant Walters...

On par with Cox and Doyle... So does he help the squad? He is no better than our 4th and 5th selections.

I'd compromise for a 26 year old who held out for England if we could stand to benefit from the decision. I don't see what we are getting out of this...

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Posted By: rainpaulo
Date Posted: 30 Aug 2014 at 3:01pm
Well really what are are striker options now and going forward
Long,Stokes have years in them.
Robbie and Walters one more campaign.
Best hopefully stays fit and could be useful.
Doyle,Cox,Sammon,Andy Keogh are all not fit for purpose.
SO....
We need as much players available to us a possible,this isn't ever going to change.


Posted By: Stillhuntinghenry
Date Posted: 30 Aug 2014 at 3:57pm
Originally posted by horsebox horsebox wrote:

Originally posted by rainpaulo rainpaulo wrote:

Shut up horse you moany bitch.


Says the resident retard.




Knock the retard craic on the head horsey , not the first time its been pointed out to you. No need for it

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Posted By: NewtNewbie
Date Posted: 30 Aug 2014 at 4:44pm
Originally posted by TheMightyQuinn TheMightyQuinn wrote:

Meant Walters...

On par with Cox and Doyle... So does he help the squad? He is no better than our 4th and 5th selections.

I'd compromise for a 26 year old who held out for England if we could stand to benefit from the decision. I don't see what we are getting out of this...


Is Doyle really a viable option at the moment? He's stuck in Wolves' bomb squad, along with the likes of Foley and Johnson.

Cox Scores for Reading today, away to Boro.




Posted By: TheMightyQuinn
Date Posted: 30 Aug 2014 at 5:23pm
I'm not a huge fan of Doyle tbh... But he's been in the squad for a few years, and performed for us.
I just don't see value in McGoldrick... Would rather find someone with upside... He's not going to get any better. If they brought him in, I'd get over it but I wouldn't rush out to get him.

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Posted By: savo01
Date Posted: 01 Sep 2014 at 2:24pm

Sky Sports are reporting that Leicester have ended their interest in David McGoldrick. The stirker, eligible for the Republic of Ireland, was valued at £8million according to reports but the Foxes wanted the price lowered. 

£8 million!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Posted By: rainpaulo
Date Posted: 01 Sep 2014 at 3:02pm
Mick said in this mornings papers that he didn't want to leave and he didn't have to.


Posted By: colemanY2K
Date Posted: 28 Sep 2014 at 12:31am
scored an absolute screamer today. 

I don't see the harm in calling him up for the usa match in november.


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Posted By: McG
Date Posted: 28 Sep 2014 at 9:12am
Has to get his papers sorted first.

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